Warning. Warning. Warning.
The secular media has been anointed to sanctify Tonex and his homosexual mess[age] in the eyes of the people. God wouldnt do it and church folks are still in traction about it, so the New Yorker decided to write a book reality show script about Anthony Williams, Jr. and his misfortunes with homosexuality, the church and his music. The church has its saints and I guess the world has to have theirs too. Even if they have to personally canonize them.
The ironically titled “Revelations”by pop culture writer Kelefa Sanneh follows Williams to his San Diego based Truth Apostolic church, studio and other erstwhile haunts so that we can all see what a major, major mistake we all made in not accepting this former gospel music industry love child. Sidebar: you might want to keep in mind that Sanneh is prohomosexual, so bias is practically enshrined in the piece. That’s how they do that.
Its a long, winding, yellow brick road that leads back to nowhere.
If you care to read, polish up your shield of faith, make sure you get extra buttery popcorn and put your phone on mute. The overload has begun.